Punkie 1995 ~ 5/2/11
Punkie was the best little cat. She was "my" cat. Slept with me every night, sat/layed with me no matter where. Followed me everywhere! Punkie was almost 17 yrs old. I knew the last few months were getting tough for her...I wish she could have lived forever. I miss her more than words can ever express! She wanted nothing but to snuggle with me day in and day out. She would meow and pace every morning in the hall as I would be getting ready for work
Dexter was not just our dog...he was a true member of this family. We loved him with all of our hearts and souls. He was sweet and loving and lived his life to the fullest. He suffered from pancreatitis, cataracts, hip dysplasia and diabetes, which ultimately took him from us too soon. He will never be forgotten and could never be replaced. We will miss him forever. Many thanks to Affiliated Veterinary Emergency Service in Allen Park for taking such good care of him and
Holly was my baby. My husband Ken bought her for me as a christmas and birthday gift combined. She gave all of us alot of good memories and unconditional love. I am comforted in the fact that I believe shes in heaven with my husband, Ken. I will love her always. I Love you Pookie.
Love, Mommy XOXOXO
From the first time I saw Dakota as a little kitten I knew he was no ordinary cat! I never had to have an alarm clock as he would be sure to be on the bed meowing and pawing my head for me to get up and give him fresh food and water at 6am every morning (even on weekends)! I will honestly miss that even though I thought it was annoying at the time! He knew he was the head of the household and sure acted like it but was the sweetest and most loving cat ever. He gave the f
Cheyenne our Golden Retriever was our working hearing dog from Paws. Born August 11, 1995 Died April 24, 2011
" Beautiful Cheyenne" Thank you Gary and Kathy for letting me come to your lovely home to work with you. I have had a very good life with you both; we worked together as a great team. I loved children and babies as I was always around them. We always went on trips together and had wonderful times. I loved it every time I see water! Kathy, I know you love me de
NEO taught us a love we never knew possible between bird and human. We didn't know it was possible for a bird to be so trusting and loving to humans. We now understand the real meaning of "Lovebird." Thank you NEO. You will forever be our baby girl and princess buttercup.
"I will lend to you for a while, a bird", God said. For you to love her while she lives and to mourn for her when she is dead. Maybe for twelve or fourteen years, or maybe for two or three. But will
We got Trucker when he was 10 months old as a Rescue. He was dirty, lonely and in need of much love and attention as we could give. He had amber eyes that would melt your heart. Chasing squirrels, smelling every blade of grass and trying to get bunnies where simple pleasures in his life.
He was a great big beagle that was taken at the age of 7 from Prostate Cancer. One day he was barking at the utility worker the next day he was laid to rest. He will be missed by his
I got Peaches on my 10th birthday from my grandma. I went to her house and found a puppy on the floor and she said it was mine and after thinking a litle while I picked Peaches. She is the best dog I have ever had and known.
She has lived a long and happy life in my home. Whether we took her with us out of state or just a walk around the block she was always very friendly with people. She never met anyone she did not like the first moment she saw them, but if needed s
April 1995 –
When I was five years old, I asked Santa for a cat for Christmas. That same Christmas, my sister brought over a young cat that she hoped we would want to keep, otherwise she was headed for the Humane Society. Her name was Scooter, and she was an adorable orange and white cat with big ears and a striped tail. I begged my mom to let us keep her, and so my Christmas wish came true, and she was ours! Ever since I can remember, Scooter was alway
May 2001 –
Char-Coal would have been 10 on May 24th of this year, "IF" the BIG C hadn't entered his beautiful and otherwise healthy body. I miss everything about this beautiful creature, he had a wonderful soul and just such a gentleness about him. I brought him to work on a daily basis and people would stop by just to say hi to him and lay on the floor with him. His eyes were the window to his soul which will never be replaced...We will be together in